Really Really



  • Zosia plays Leigh

  • Really Really played at The Lucille Lortel Theatre in New York City January 31 - March 30, 2013

  • Summary from Summary: In the hazy aftermath of a wild party, dawn breaks on what appears to be just another day in the undergrad carnival that revolves around a close circle of friends. But when morning-after gossip about privileged Davis and ambitious Leigh (Zosia Mamet) turns ugly, the veneer of loyalty and friendship is peeled back to reveal a vicious jungle of sexual politics, raw ambition, and class warfare where only the strong could possibly survive.

    Paul Downs Colaizzo's startlingly funny, booze-soaked cornucopia was a hit last season at DC's Signature Theatre. Really Really now gets its New York premiere in a new production directed by David Cromer, whose visionary take on Our Town took New York by storm in 2009, and whose Tribes is one of this year's biggest off-Broadway hits. Really Really is the first play in Colaizzo's Want, Give, Get trilogy

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  • Press:
    • 30 Seconds With Zosia Mamet

    • :: Zosia Mamet Is Deviously Captivating

    • :: "The young cast is excellent, across the board, and Mamet, especially, is fascinating: From the moment she enters in Colaizzo's superbly wordless opening scene .. she finds ways to invite us into the interior of a cipher."

    • Girls Star Zosia Mamet Taps Into Darkness of 20-Somethings in Really Really

      Zosia: "It's something I grew up loving out of the womb. I think a theater is one of the most magical places on earth."

      Really Really Director David Cromer: "She is completely idiosyncratic. She seems like a lost, beautiful, sad wounded little girl, and she also can turn on a dime into this very steely, very confidant, very fierce, very tough, very together person. We've got to be able to watch her in scenes and think that poor little girl and then watch her in other scenes and go wow, wow, who is that?"

    • Zosia Mamet "Thrilled" To Make Her Stage Debut in Off-Broadway's Really Really: "I'm so excited. I just think [the play] is exceptional. The part is something that's very different than anything I've ever played before. I couldn't be more thrilled to be doing theater."

    • Really Really opened February 19:

    • Really Really Photo Call, January 25, 2013:

    • Really Really Photo Call, January 10, 2013: "I had never dyed my hair in my life. The idea of dyeing it for the first time when I'm doing a play for the first time felt great!"